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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt Bilco View Post
    Excellent event and a great band (if a little loud).

    I'm still having nightmares about the evil Belgian Scampi but I'll get over it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post
    Bratislava 2005.
    I believe it was belgian nazi scampi......
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    Continued big thx to Paul & Lucy et al...a superb w/end - company, location, rideout, food, facilities, band... and the 'beach' was an especially nice surprise...and the bloody weather even held too

    Same again next year then??

    PS - pics & video to follow.......
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    Thanks Paul & Lucy

    Good to see everyone again. Nice location, even if the campers aren't allowd to mingle with the tenters. No matter though, the electric heating worked just fine.

    Weather held off and we enjoyed the rideout even if I did start the day with a little lie down


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    Good to meet a few more Tossers and put faces to names
    Many thanks for putting it together BHT count me in for the next one
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    Looks like I missed a cracker

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    If tHe sign of a good weekend is the length of time it takes to recover the I'll let you know how good a weekend it was around about Thursday

    Many thanks to Paul & Lucy for the organisation, the pub for the beer, Toad & Cal for tea and burgers and Skygod for the port









    Oh, and it was Belgian Nazi Scampi Scat Porn

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    Oh, and it was Belgian Nazi Scampi Scat Porn [/QUOTE]

    With the volume of alcohol you put away & the impromptu party, how the f##k can you remeber the exact phrase....
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    A big thanks to Paul, Lucy and everyone else involved.

    Twas a great weekend, excellent venue and ride.

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    A big thanks from the East Midlands Posie and a great venue. I would say it was worth £16 a night for a tent but I guess £6 was great value...

    I still cant get over the variation in Music by the band from Kings of Leon to Tom Jones in to 20 seconds. The Guitarist was not bad for a foreigner either.

    Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beano View Post
    I still cant get over the variation in Music by the band from Kings of Leon to Tom Jones in to 20 seconds.
    An excellent band but I have heard them play better.... I've just spoke to Mark and he says about 3 songs before the end he went deaf

    Quote Originally Posted by Beano View Post
    The Guitarist was not bad for a foreigner either.
    Chris the base player and Mark on lead are both local lads

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
    To Paul [BHT] and all those who had there input in the event.
    Cracking campsite,pub and food. [heated loo's]
    First class venue.
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    +1 - my first UKGSer event and had a great time. Thanks Paul and everyone who made me welcome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    Oh, and it was Belgian Nazi Scampi Scat Porn
    With the volume of alcohol you put away & the impromptu party, how the f##k can you remeber the exact phrase....[/QUOTE]

    He's got it saved in his favourites, of course.

    Thanks Paul & everyone, I had a great time in spite of being sober.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OscarIndia View Post
    +1 - my first UKGSer event and had a great time. Thanks Paul and everyone who made me welcome.
    +2 - my first event too: And greatly enjoyed it and meeting everybody.

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    many thanks to paul and lucy for another great event

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    Thanks to the Boss and Lucy, really enjoyed it and seeing everyone again

    Road ride was good, very progressive despite the large numbers

    Stunning scenery

    Thanks for the lift to the B&B on Fri night too
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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